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1998 Score Rookie Traded Showcase Series Artist's Proof 1 of 1's were printed in quantities of 2 copies each. Discussed here is why.
1998 Pinnacle Epix baseball cards present articulate confusion, complex rarity, and a bizarre history. Click here for checklist and image gallery.
Kobe Bryant, his daughter, and 7 others perish in devastating helicopter crash in Calabasas on Sunday morning, 1/26/2020.
The 2020 Baseball Hall of Fame Election Class welcomes Derek Jeter and Larry Walker.
In this video, we discuss the three most important Derek Jeter cards from the 1990s that aren't 1/1s.
Ken Griffey Jr. or Derek Jeter? Collectors weigh in on who they think is the better investment. Click here to see the results.
Ken Griffey Jr. is considered one of the best players in MLB history. Here's why I think his 2016 Hall of Fame vote wasn't unanimous.
One of the hobby's most elusive Derek Jeter cards has made an appearance. Here's how it performed at auction.
Unfortunately, some collectors think that yellowed 1999 E-X Century baseball cards are prototypes. They're not. Here's proof.
The code on this Allen and Ginter card has been deciphered and the results may surprise you. See it here.
Here is the DPI scan rate comparison of the Epson Perfection V330 Photo scanner.
In this podcast and among other things, rare cards of Reggie Jackson, Kris Bryant, and Derek Jeter are discussed. Listen and enjoy.